Monday, November 19, 2012

Cunard Line Second Video in Online Series Celebrating World Voyages

With its 2014 World Voyage Season coming up, Cunard Line released the second video in its online video series highlighting some of its most avid World Voyage passengers. In the video above, Michigan residents Richard and Pat Donahey (Belleville) and Dr. Martin and Linda Weissman (Birmingham), and Maryland residents Peggy and Pamela Zirkle (Berwyn Heights) share some of their favorite World Voyage memories and unique souvenirs.

Throughout the video, actual guests highlight stories from various destinations and World Voyage excursions ranging from exploring King Tutankhamun’s Tomb and the Egyptian Pyramids, to golfing some of the world’s best courses, and the new friends made along the way. The passengers unanimously express their awe at the many diverse attractions they have visited. Truthfully, many of them are places this Cruise Diva longs to see as well.

Linda Weissman speaks enthusiastically about the daring adventures she and her husband, Dr. Martin Weissman, have taken part in while “living their bucket list,” including riding camels at the Egyptian Pyramids, elephants in Thailand and ATVs in Africa. Travelers Peggy and Pamela Zirkle share a glimpse of their exotic hat collection from each place they have traveled to, including Vietnam. I loved it that they weren’t quite sure which hat was from which country they visited—I have the same problem with my cat figurine collection. Richard Donahey recounts his sheer amazement when he and Pat experienced The Great Wall of China.

Cunard’s 2014 World Voyage Season will cover more than 116,000 nautical miles across six continents, with visits to 85 unique ports of call in 40 countries. The program features three World Voyages ranging from eight to 133 days aboard Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth, with embarkation points in Southampton, England, New York, Fort Lauderdale, and San Francisco in the United States.

For more information, visit There’s still time to book a 2014 Cunard World Voyage.

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